DXT12555Grand Central Station

 

Join us, photojournalist Laura Paton and New York native Bob Kidd, for a Street Photography program that combines three informative educational sessions into a unique experience for photographers who are interested in developing their photography skills.  The program starts on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the Davisville Free Library (North Kingstown, RI) with a presentation on photojournalism skills and street photography.  Early morning, Wednesday, June 17, 2015, we will travel on the Metro-North Railroad from New Haven, CT to Grand Central Station, arriving in Grand Central by mid-morning. Our planned activities include photography in Grand Central Station, the New York Library on 5th Avenue, jugglers in Bryant Park, a trip to the iconic B&H Photo store, and Central Park. Bring your comfy shoes and your favorite camera (along with a spare battery), as we will return to Bryant Park in the evening to photograph the West Coast Swing Dance session before our departure from Grand Central Station.

 

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DXT12882Times Square

 

After our trip to the Big Apple, you are invited to participate in an image review on Wednesday, July 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Davisville Free Library. You will have an opportunity to discuss and share with the other participants what you saw and felt when you made your photographs. This session is not intended as an image critique; rather, it will focus on each photographer's vision and how that vision can be achieved by using the powerful editing features of Lightroom (Lightroom experience is not required).

 

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Both the photojournalism skills session and the image review session at the Davisville Free Library are free and open to all interested photographers. The NYC photo walk is limited to six (6) adventurous photographers of all levels and includes all transportation between our meeting point in Rhode Island and New York City. Registration fee for the NYC photo walk is $149. Early registration is encouraged as this program will fill quickly.

Questions about registration or ready to register? Contact  Bob Kidd.